Sephora Australia Wishlist

Kimba Likes Sephora Australia. Sharing my beauty wishlist from Sephora Australia's exclusive brands.

Anyone else besides themselves with excitement about Sephora Australia opening soon on December 5? Not many more sleeps now!  Sydney, you’re first!

Sephora Australia | the rumours and the facts

  • The online store won’t open until 2015.  The rumour is that Sephora want to concentrate on getting their first Australian store embedded and operating to perfection, before moving on to opening subsequent stores and an online store.
  • Existing Sephora VIB card holders won’t be able to transfer their membership.
  • Sephora Australia will launch their Australian rewards program early in 2015
  • No  news on which brands or how many, but Sephora have made a commitment to price match USA prices for selected brands.  The rumour is that it will be Sephora’s own brand, Sephora Collection
  • Interstate beauty addicts who fly in to shop on the first day receive an exclusive Sephora Pamper Pack – just show your boarding pass at the check out!
  • The brands everyone seems to want to know about are
    • Anastasia Beverly Hills (rumours are still swirling over this one, but you can buy a limited range in Australia from Lulu and Lipstick and It Begins with Brows) | Updated November 2015 – the full ABH is available at Sephora. Click to shop here^
    • Too Faced Cosmetics – exclusive to Mecca Cosmetica
    • Urban Decay – exclusively contracted to Mecca Cosmetica but not stocked. I don’t know why either. You can buy at Beauty Bay^ | Updated November 2015 – Urban Decay is now stocked at Mecca!
    • Lorac – not stocked by any Sephora stores.  You can buy at My Qty

Sephora Australia | exclusive brands

Sephora have released a list of 34 brands that will be stocked exclusively in their inaugural Australian store.  Some of these are new to me, and some are brands I have discovered from my trips to Sephora whilst on holiday in the USA last year.

  • Alterna
  • Andrea Fulerton
  • Antonym
  • Arcona
  • Aspar
  • BITE
  • Clean
  • Cover FX
  • Crème Simon
  • Dr.Jart
  • Elizabeth and James
  • Estelle & Thild
  • Etat Libre d’Orange
  • For Beloved One
  • Formula X
  • Givenchy Colour
  • Hello Kitty
  • IT Cosmetics
  • Kat Von D
  • Leif
  • LQD
  • Marc Jacobs Beauty
  • Nee’mah
  • Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics
  • Ole Henriksen
  • Patricks
  • Percy & Reed
  • Perfekt
  • Sephora Collection
  • Shiffa
  • Skin Inc.
  • Tarte

Sephora Australia | online store

Updated November 2015 | Sephora Australia’s online store has opened!  Yippeee! Click to shop here!

Sephora acquired, and whilst the process of changeover is still occurring, it is so awesome for all the beauty junkies not in Sydney!

Some info – your USA Beauty VIB account can’t be transferred to Sephora Australia’s loyalty program.  But the Beauty Pass program is rocking.  Check it out here!  It’s been open for a few weeks and, well, I’m already Black card level.  Beauty Junkies represent!

Kimba Likes Sephora Australia. Sharing my beauty wishlist from Sephora Australia's exclusive brands.

Sephora Australia | Kimba Likes Wishlist



  • Beauty label focusing on lips. Products made with food grade ingredients for lip beauty good enough to eat.
  • My wishlist – High Pigment Pencils – the best lip crayons ever featuring super duper high pigments and a wind up mechanism


Formula X

  • Innovative nail care and colour products
  • My wishlist – The  System – a four step nail program proven to give you nail colours that last and outlast

Kat Von D

  • Edgy beauty brand by famous tattoo artist, Kat Von D
  • My wishlist – Ink Liner  waterproof felt tip liquid liner

Marc Jacobs Beauty

Sephora Collection

  • Sephora’s own range of beauty – everything from tools to colour and skincare
  • My wishlist – I want to check out their innovative tools and check their new brush range


  • Eco-chic beauty products using products like maracuja oil and Amazonian clay
  • My wishlist – I will be buying as much Maracuja Creaseless Concealer as I can get my hands on.  The most amazing concealer I’ve ever used and it’s not even expensive.

Sephora Australia | my future wishlist

My wishlist is fully stocked with products from Sephora Australia’s confirmed exclusive brands.  I also have a few more brands that I would have loved to see on the line up.  I’m keeping my fingers crossed for the future.

These brands are:


Luxury skincare inspired by the humble grape.  Utilising the antioxidant awesomeness of grape seed polyphenols, Caudalie is one of my favourite beauty brands.

My Caudalie lust list:

In the meantime, you can order Caudalie from Feel Unique

Urban Decay

Beauty with an edge, with the most amazeballs range of colours.  Their cult reputation is well deserved.

My Urban Decay lust list:

  • Urbay Decay Naked, Naked 2 and Naked 3 palettes – no danger of mine running out any time soon but I will replace them stat!
  • Urban Decay Vice 3 Palette
  • Urban Decay Lip Junkie Lip Gloss
  • Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion Anti-Ageing

In the meantime, you can order Urban Decay from Beauty Bay^

Will you be queuing up to get in on the first day?

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image credit | Sephora Australia from Sephora Australia Facebook | Marc Jacobs Beauty from Marc Jacobs Beauty Instagram @marcbeauty


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  • Beth at - 26 November 2014 - 2.58 pm

    Ohhh, this post has me salivating! I think I’ll be in a whole different skin-care age bracket by the time we get a physical store in Adelaide but I can dream (and buy online!)ReplyCancel

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